Bullying in the Workplace. Marielke Pritchard and Sophie Pritchard. Overview. Introduction What is and isn’t Workplace Bullying? The Scale and Costs of Workplace Bullying The Consequences of Workplace Bullying Scenario Method and Results Model and Formulation Alternative Formulation
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Marielke Pritchard and Sophie Pritchard
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“Repeated and persistentnegative acts towards one or more individual(s), which involve a perceived power imbalance and create a hostile work environment.”
(Salin, 2003, p.1214).
The frequency and duration is the key to bullying. Typically, single, isolated negative acts are not considered bullying.
Pritchard & Pritchard Consultancy were approached by Shropshire County Council LEA and the principal of Oswestry College of Further Education, Ms. Hill.
Following a poor OFSTED inspection report, from this previously high performing college, there were concerns about teacher motivation and performance.
Training in time management and interpersonal skills was requested for all employees by the LEA representative and the College Principal.
Bullying possible and more likelyModel (Salin 2003)
Through employee participation…..
to develop an organisation wide anti-bullying culture in which workplace intimidation and abuse are not allowed to flourish
Source: Hazards Magazine, issue 70